The Children In The Pictures

Event Cinema Casuarina

host: NAPCAN

where: Thursday 23rd September, 7:00 pm BCC Cinemas Casuarina

Casuarina Square Shopping Centre, 247 Trower Rd Casuarina

$23.00 AUD Admission + $2.00 booking fee = $25.00

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NAPCAN (National Association for Prevention of Child Abuse and Neglect) is a national organisation dedicated to the safety and wellbeing of Australia’s children and young people. NAPCAN differs from most organisations working in this field, in that they are focused entirely on the PREVENTION of child abuse and neglect – before it starts.

‘The Children in the Pictures’ is a groundbreaking documentary that goes inside Task Force Argos, an Australian-based police investigative team dedicated to infiltrating global criminal networks and rescuing children from online sexual abuse. It involves the true accounts of investigators discussing their work in stopping and catching paedophiles and in finding infants, children and young people who are being sexually abused, where the abuse is shared online.

Awareness is the key to prevention. NAPCAN believe, along with the filmmakers, that it’s time to break the silence on this issue that thrives in secrecy.

NAPCAN invites you to join this preview screening, followed by a conversation on prevention.

Book your ticket now – and let’s start talking about what we can all do to be proactive in our families and communities to stop child exploitation and abuse.

 

Content note

Please consider that this film is intended for mature audiences. It contains very sensitive content about the sexual abuse of children that may be distressing.

Viewer discretion is advised and we ask that people do not register on anyone else’s behalf.

When attending the viewing, please consider your self-care needs and do not hesitate to take time out as required.

Staff will be available to assist in debriefing after the screening and will provide information on support services. Please seek support where needed and/or make contact with 1800 RESPECT at www.1800respect.org.au, T: 1800 737 732, or the Sexual Assault Referral Centre in Darwin Ph: 89 22 64 72.

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